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101 Reasons to Love the Cotswolds

Our 101 features, presented in no particular order, include a vibrant mix of everything from much-loved places in the Cotswolds to popular events, pastimes and traditions. We hope everybody will find among them plenty of reasons to inform, entertain and amuse themselves. Although we are pretty sure we have included many reasons to love the Cotswolds that many 'locals' you would also come up with, we don't claim to have produced the definitive list. Indeed, we're pretty sure we will have missed out a number of people's favourite reasons to love the Cotswolds. We would welcome your input on this and may in the future produce a list of "Top 10 Reasons that got away" based on your feedback. Please contact us at david@lovingthecotswolds.com

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101. Charity Duck Races
  The Cotswolds has gained a growing reputation for staging spectacular charity duck races in recent years. For decades, each Boxing Day the picturesque village of Bibury has attracted hundreds of spectators from near and far who gather along the River Coln to watch the annual duck race. In South Cerney, a charity duck race forms an integral part of the village's Street Fair which takes place over the late May Bank Holiday. 2014 saw the first Lechlade Duck Race, held on the early May Bank Holiday Monday, which…
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101. Charity Duck Races
  The Cotswolds has gained a growing reputation for staging spectacular charity duck races in recent years. For decades, each Boxing Day the picturesque village of Bibury has attracted hundreds of spectators from near and far who gather along the River Coln to watch the annual duck race. In South Cerney, a charity duck race forms an integral part of the village's Street Fair which takes place over the late May Bank Holiday. 2014 saw the first Lechlade Duck Race, held on the early May Bank Holiday Monday, which…
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